Richard and Jennifer

19 Feb 2015


I started with Rapid Visa in 2011, Because my fiancée was previously married it was a long and difficult journey due to the laws in the Philippines. Needless to say Rapid Visa was there for me every step of the way when I needed them. It was finally in November of 2014, again due to the Divorce process in the Philippines that we had our interview at the Embassy there in Manila. I was there for the interview process with my fiancée, she passed her interview and we were on our way back to the US on December 15, 2014, with our two kids. We married here in the US on January 28th 2015 and are now settled in and finally our family is all together. I cannot thank Rapid Visa enough for all there help and guidance through this process. Even before our interview while there in the Philippines I called there Manila office several times, as well as met with them at there office across from the Embassy just before our interview to review all our documents and make sure all of our paper work was in the proper order.

At the time I was looking for assistance with the visa process I looked and talked to more than a dozen Companies on this matter, I did my home work and decided on Rapid Visa, It turned out to be the right choice. I will just finish with this, If you are considering going through any Visa process similar to ours you would be making a mistake if you don’t get help, don’t attempt do it on your own, one mistake in the paper work process can be costly and cause delays. Rapid Visa was the right choice for me and I highly recommend them to you.

Thank you so much Rapid Visa and all the Staff as well.


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